What is the ReStore?
Habitat for Humanity of Summit County ReStore sells new and used
building materials and home furnishings to the public at deeply
discounted prices. All proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of
Summit County. Merchandise is acquired through donations from
businesses and the public. Thousands of tons of perfectly good
materials have been diverted from the landfill due to donations to
Is the ReStore open to the public?
Yes! Anyone is welcome to shop at the ReStore during its open
hours: Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
What payment types does the ReStore accept?
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover (sorry, no checks)
What does the ReStore sell?
Sale items may
consist of, but are not limited to: cabinets, lighting and plumbing
fixtures, hardware, roofing, carpet, tools, trim, doors, lumber,
flooring and windows. Check back often, our inventory changes
How are the items priced at the ReStore?
Materials are sold to the public at substantial discount -
50-90% below retail value
Where do items come from?
The ReStore accepts new and used home furnishings and
building-related materials from individuals, contractors, suppliers, retail stores,
remodelers and property managers.
How often do you get new merchandise?
Our inventory changes often - we are receiving new items weekly,
if not daily.
Can you tell me over the telephone what specific items
you have in stock?
We are not able to answer questions over the phone about
specific items in stock. Our inventory changes too often and we
simply do not have the manpower to check. Please visit the ReStore
regularly to see what new items have come in since your last
How do I donate an item?
If you have building materials or home furnishings in either new
or gently used condition, call us at 330-745-9098.
For more details, please check out the Donations section.
Will you pick items up?
Yes, arrangements can be made to pick up donated items, especially if they are
heavy or too large to fit in your vehicle. Please contact our ReStore
manager to make arrangements.
Where do the proceeds from the sales go?
Proceeds from ReStore sales support the Habitat for Humanity of
Summit County's primary objectives of building affordable houses with working
families in need.
Are my donations tax deductible?
Probably. Donations to the ReStore are tax deductible to the
fullest extent allow by law. Please consult with a tax accountant
or the IRS for a definite answer. We will provide you with a
donation receipt, which you may use with your tax information.
Does the ReStore place a value on the items we
No, the IRS requires the donor to place the value on your
How can my business get involved?
There are many ways local businesses can contribute: financial
equipment donations, sponsor a special event for the ReStore, place
an ad for or with the ReStore, volunteer at the ReStore, donate materials, or
shop at the ReStore. Do you have a unique idea about ways to help?
Contact us and
tell us about it.